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10 songs we need to hear covered on a new ‘Punk Goes Pop’ album
10 songs we need to hear covered on a new ‘Punk Goes Pop’ album
If you grew up as a scene kid, you know that Punk Goes Pop: Volumes 1-7 via Fearless Records is the one thing that connects you to the mainstream. With great music coming out, including record-breaking songs and artists, we decided we would throw a couple of ideas into the ring as to which songs should be covered for the next round of Punk Goes...
19 scene albums from 2008 you’re probably still blasting in your car
19 scene albums from 2008 you’re probably still blasting in your car
As legendary bands in the scene continued to mature musically and grow away from the genres that they became known for, newly established musicians were creating blends that sparked new categories for scene music. In 2008, Fall Out Boy released their last album before their hiatus, and I Set My Friends On Fire popularized crunkcore...
10 songs you forgot you had on your Myspace player
10 songs you forgot you had on your Myspace player
We spend a lot of time regularly thinking back to the good old days when we’d devote hours to working on our Myspace pages and searching for new music to impress our friends. The social media website was instrumental in developing our music taste and connecting us with bands we still love today, such as Paramore, My Chemical Romance and Taking Back Sunday, but there were also some underrated gems.
Breathe Carolina give nostalgia a modern twist with “July”—listen
Breathe Carolina give nostalgia a modern twist with “July”—listen
Breathe Carolina are continuing to build the anticipation for their first full-length in five years, DEADTHEALBUM. Today, the duo are teaming up with AltPress to premiere the next single, “July.”  The nostalgia-tinged track follows the release of three previous singles (and a Smash Mouth-endorsed “All Star” remix) that started dropping in September: “Too Good,” “Like This” and “Drive.” Read more:
Cobra Starship revisit ‘Hot Mess’ 10 years later with a juicy track-by-track
Cobra Starship revisit ‘Hot Mess’ 10 years later with a juicy track-by-track
It’s hard to believe it’s been 10 years since Hot Mess and a time when Cobra Starship frontman Gabe Saporta single-handedly helped American Apparel meet their annual purple hoodie quota. After nine years and four albums, Cobra called it quits in 2015, but their mark on the neon-pop movement of the mid-2000s will live on forever. In cele...
Top 10 scene-approved bangers to save you from the mid-week slump
Top 10 scene-approved bangers to save you from the mid-week slump
Call it “neon punk,” call it “Myspace-core,” call it something even nastier, but we won’t stop listening to the top 10 from the weird-ass genre that emerged in the mid-2000s. Some of these artists went on to have huge mainstream success and others, well, you can’t delete anything off the internet, right? Bring the party on, studded belt a...

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